The family-friendly event that features amateur builders and their boats hasn’t taken place in three years.
St. Jude’s and Our Lady of Lourdes are holding their first festival this weekend, despite other churches canceling theirs.
The Super Nationals is where you’ll find a vintage Mustang paired with a ’57 Chevy.
The “Understanding Addiction” seminar will focus on the causes and factors leading to drug abuse and dependency, and treatment programs.
Golfers were able to enjoy the full 18 holes of golf, and were treated to a day of bocce and snow cones on the course.
Through Sunday, over 2,000 officers will run, bike or ride in community legs of the Ohio Torch Run, which raises more than half a million do…
The festival continues Thursday through Sunday, opening nightly at 6 p.m.
Several events are planned for the weekend of July 7 to 10, including YSU’s Summer Festival of the Arts and concerts downtown.
The projects were created by students from four universities, including Youngstown State and Kent State.
All money will be donated to the Alex’s Lemonade Days foundation, which works to find a cure for childhood cancer.
Other family-friendly activities include amusement rides, carnival games, raffles, food and a fireworks show.
The third graders presented their research projects on historic figures.
The annual event gives the organization an opportunity to thank the community and its members, while creating awareness about the group’s mi…
Seven attorneys were remembered during the service, including former Mahoning County Judge James Evans.
Proceeds from the game will help to support laid off officers.
Sophia Slifka passed away four years ago on the same day she was born, but her story is not just a sad one.
The Blessing of the Bikes at First Baptist Church helps give riders peace of mind.
The “Cycle for a Cure” attracted volunteers and instructors to ride on 60 stationary bikes for five hours.
Seventy-nine shoes lined Elm Street for the “Steps of Change” walk in memory of loved ones.
The SMARTS program currently serves more than 360 kindergarten through 12th grade students.
All 21 models built in the plant since 1966 were on display Saturday.
The plant will open to the public on Friday and Saturday for an open house and a car show.